Migrants Move to a High School, Kids Go to Virtual Class for a Day?

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School buses are dropping off illegal migrants at Madison High School in Brooklyn. The school is closing tomorrow, and all 2,000 students will be doing class virtually to accommodate the illegals.

Allegedly, it’s only for a day.

Migrants leaving the bus to go reside in a high school.

Floyd Bennett Field has become home to thousands of migrants. It’s a floodplain, and the rains are washing them out. Bad weather is predicted for the next several days. So, Mayor Adams’ administration is relocating nearly 2,000 migrants from the floodplain to a Brooklyn High School. They will allegedly stay at Madison High School in Midwood. The students get to attend classes remotely tomorrow.

Adams’ spokeswoman Kayla Mamelak said in a written statement that “1,900 guests” would be moved as a precaution against wind speeds expected to reach over 70 miles per hour.

“This relocation is a proactive measure being taken out of an abundance of caution to ensure the safety and well-being of individuals working and living at the center,” she stated.

These illegal aliens with fake license plates and knives get priority over high school students.

About two dozen yellow school buses began lining up outside the shelters at Floyd Bennett late Tuesday afternoon. Alexander Junior Soto Caballero, a 29-year-old from Venezuela who came to the U.S. and was staying at one of the shelters there, said the move has made him, his wife, and their 8-year-old daughter feel “afraid” and “adrift.”

“We are afraid for the girl. She is scared, asking us where we are going. We don’t have clothes or food. I don’t have a job. We are waiting for the buses to arrive to get out of here,” he explained. “We’re worried about the storm. It’s a truly horrible situation.”

Then go home. We really can’t afford to support the world


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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
1 month ago

What did they expect the weather to be like 2000 miles north of where they came from? The illegals are given a money card for food and clothes. The ones I see at airports have new clothes on. They are encouraged to use prepared remarks, such as they want a job. Dd they have a job where they came from? If so, why did they leave that job?

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Tim Kuehl
1 month ago
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And where did they get the money to get to the US? I heard one of the criminals say he had to pay $20K. And anybody who believes these criminals walked across Mexico or was not aided by Mexico is a complete fool.